OGDEN, Utah (AP) — In communities up and down the Wasatch Front, women are learning how to look at childbirth differently in hopes of experiencing more joy and less pain in the process.
OGDEN — The individuals involved in launching a small sober living complex near the corner of 30th Street and Harrison Boulevard are proof that life can shine again after the dark days of addiction.
Editor’s note: the story has been corrected to reflect the roughly 40,000 children who were previously insured by CHIP before the Affordable Care Act took effect.
NORTHERN UTAH — In communities up and down the Wasatch Front, women are learning how to look at childbirth differently in hopes of experiencing more joy and less pain in the process.
OGDEN — Friday’s announcement of President Donald Trump’s rollback of his predecessor’s requirement that birth control be covered under the Affordable Care Act fueled concerns in northern Utah about how the change would impact women and families.
OGDEN — At age 17, Andy Curry had a promising college football scholarship and life in Farmington, New Mexico, looked good for the nearly 7-foot-tall teen. But a four-wheeling adventure with friends abruptly ended when the vehicle in which he was riding fishtailed off a cliff. The accident broke his neck and left Curry a quadriplegic.
WEST OGDEN — Individuals battling drug and alcohol addiction may find new life in a former Catholic church on Pennsylvania Avenue in West Ogden.
SALT LAKE CITY — On Monday, a group of nonprofit organizations will file a new ballot initiative with Utah’s Lieutenant Governor to fully expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
SALT LAKE CITY — With congressional Republican plans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act seemingly dead for now, one Democratic state senator is making an impassioned plea for Utah to finally join over 30 other states to fully expand Medicaid.